Developmental checklist

Developmental domains can be physical, cognitive, language, social, or emotional. This checklist could focus on one developmental domain or you could choose to include milestones from a variety of developmental domains. The most important thing to remember is that this checklist of milestones needs to be specific to your situation so that you can use it immediately to assess children.The checklist must be specific enough that you can measure if the child has mastered it or not. For example, if you were going to use the Physical Domain and want to see if a child is able to walk.Measurable: Child will take at least four steps before falling or holding on to something.Non-measurable: Child can walk.In the measurable checklist, it is easy to see if the child has accomplished this milestone. If the child falls on the second step, they have not mastered the skill. If they take 6 steps, they have. In the non-measurable example, it is hard to know what criteria you used to know if the child could walk.For this assignment, you need to include a cover sheet, the checklist, and a reference page. You will need a reference page if you used any information from another source. Remember, this is a checklist is to be developed by you and not copied from another source. You do not need to complete the checklist and you do not need to write anything about it. You can make the checklist bullet points if you would like.